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Old 01-30-2013, 01:40 PM
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Originally Posted by mramerman@gmail.com View Post
Thanks. Yes.

Happens generally with a hard pull by the rider. It shifts pretty frequently.
Sorry to dredge this one up and I realize the thread a year old... but do you remember the speed & line length in the wakeboarding pics? I'm just learning to drive for wakeboarders, and I've been reading about the 'sweet spot' for boarding, where the line length is just a bit in front of the wake curl. It would be good to know a starting point for my x14V when I get back in the water this summer.

And a question for the boarders...
Its hard to tell because the wake is not symmetrical, but it seems the curl is way behind the rider in these pics? or would the curl move closer to the boat if the wake was made symmetrical again?


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